How Do You Show Everything That You Do As A Company?

Once you’re past a certain stage in a SaaS company’s life, you might have multiple products that you’re offering. The

How To Be A Damn Good Investor

Every now and then there’s a new revolution: the new replaces the old because it’s better. We call them economic

You Will Want To Grow Things Slowly — Whether It’s A Company Or Your Body

You want to grow things slowly. People want to attain their ideal body after 3 months of going gym. Or

How To Onboard Users By Offering A Demo+Sign-Up Process Together

Slack onboards people by having them go through 2 or 3 short pages and then they put them straight into

Tumblr Was Possibly The Biggest Steal

The Tumblr purchase is very likely to be the steal of this tech cycle. Instagram was surely the uncontested #1

How To Handle “Perfection” As A Company

A car is never working “properly”. Every moment, a certain part is not necessarily broken, but not in perfect condition.

Can SaaS Companies Learn Anything From The Soap Aisle In A Supermarket?

If you go to the soap aisle in your supermarket, you’ll notice a certain type of product: a soap that’s

How To Become Profitable With Freemium Software Offerings

I’m a huge advocate of free. My most important piece is called “The Future Of Freemium”. My most viral piece

The Homepage Of A SaaS Company Is Never Finished

A homepage is never finished. It doesn’t matter if you’re in fintech, restaurant industry, online security or what have you

Once You Get Funded, Are You Expanding Or Perfecting Your Product?

This is an interesting vulnerability when it comes to raising funds. I’ve mentioned the other day how once your idea

The Battle For Collaboration Tools (Or Extensions)

Dropbox changed their direction (or at least their offering) a couple of months ago — they’re going more into team

Once Your Idea Is Funded, You’re Exposing Yourself

If you’re receiving big amounts of funding, you have a responsibility to expand into as many markets as possible ASAP.